Glen DeWillie Joins Kleinschmidt
Kleinschmidt Associates announced the appointment of Glen R. DeWillie, P.E., as Senior Manager of Developing Markets effective May 15, 2017. Mr. DeWillie plans to relocate to Kleinschmidt’s Oregon office in June 2017 after visiting Kleinschmidt offices and projects throughout the northeast.
Mr. DeWillie brings extensive knowledge of public sector needs, preferences, and requirements for issues concerning water and environment, first through 20 years with Army and the past 15 years conducting public sector oriented consulting work that he will use to help streamline and expedite service delivery for government and private clients.
“We’re very excited to welcome Glen DeWillie to Kleinschmidt,” said President/CEO Charles “Chuck” Padera. “With his extensive experience in leadership, business development, and project management throughout the United States, Glen will help Kleinschmidt extend our reach into the energy, water, and environmental markets.”
Mr. DeWillie has developed a holistic view of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), having been trained by USACE as a project manager, quality assurance/quality control officer, and Principal in Charge. As commander and district engineer of the Buffalo District, he was responsible for executing large IDIQ contracts and gained a close understanding of the pace, diversity, roles, processes, systems, and tools used by the USACE.
Mr. DeWillie looks forward to extending Kleinschmidt’s public sector record, “I’m eager to help other government clients access the niche skills offered by Kleinschmidt to help solve their complex problems.” Glen added, “I’ll use my 35 years of experience to identify and facilitate positive partnerships between non-federal sponsors and government entities to gain funding and get projects moving.”
Mr. DeWillie holds a bachelor of science degree from the U.S. Military Academy and a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University. He has served on state, federal, and international water resources planning and regulatory boards, is a licensed professional engineer in Virginia, and is a member of the Society of American Military Engineers.